We are Fully Accredited Domestic EPC Assessors
If you own a home, completing an EPC survey can help identify ways to save energy and improve the comfort of your home.
Why an EPC?
Your property’s EPC needs to be available to potential buyers as soon as you market for sale or rent. You must use an accredited Energy Assessor to produce the EPC.
If you implement any energy efficiency measures outlined in your EPC, you may want to get a new EPC to accurately reflect these improvements.
Mantis Energy are fully accreditated Domestic Energy Assessors and members of STROMA, a leading organisation in the energy performance and building control sector.
What is an EPC?
EPCs tell you how energy efficient a property is based on the building materials, heating and lighting. The property is given a rating from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient).
This lets the person who is buying or using the property know how costly it will be to heat and light, and the carbon dioxide emissions of the property.
The EPC will state what the energy-efficiency rating could be if improvements are made, and highlights cost-effective ways to achieve a better rating.
The EPC Process
Please make an initial enquiry by phone, email or the contact link below. A typical EPC survey will cost from £45 depending on the size, age and condition of your property.
The survey at the property will typically last 1 hour and the EPC assessor will be able to advise on the estimated EPC rating before leaving the property.
The EPC report will be assessed, completed and the actual rating provided to the property owner within 2-3 days after the survey is completed.